Get rid of her. Testing chief admits mass-swabbing scheme in Liverpool will NOT spot every Covid-19 patient but CBI... Covid-19 accounted for one in 10 deaths in England in mid-October, ONS data shows as death toll rises for... Boris Johnson could HALVE the self-isolation period for those who test positive for coronavirus to seven... Is the NHS actually QUIETER than usual? Guess you got a nasty wake up call. 'Forever grateful we live in a country so blessed with world class medical treatment. Emma Alberici is recovering after a nasty accident at home in which she very nearly lost her fingers. “Advice: Don’t put fingers in stick blender blade to wash it while it’s still plugged in to the power,” she wrote. The economics correspondent took to Twitter on Monday to reveal that she had surgery on the weekend after cutting her fingers in a blender. Forever grateful we live in a country so blessed with world class medical treatment pic.twitter.com/XyDjNihLaS, — Emma Alberici (@albericie) June 16, 2019, One wrote: “Solid advice. ABC journalist Emma Alberici has been hospitalised after an accident in the kitchen. Forever grateful we live in a country so blessed with world class medical treatment.”. In 1955, both of her parents were Italian immigrants who … Glad you're doing well,' another person said. It’s touted as Europe’s most beautiful island - but the people of Sardinia are getting poisoned and dying mysteriously. www.networthage.com/emma-alberici-husband-children-salary-biography.html In addition, she is also the reporter and producer of the weekly program A Current Affair, Lateline on Australia’s Nine Network. “Forever grateful we live in a country so blessed with world class medical treatment.”. And while most social media users sent messages wishing her well, some were not as generous. Here's hoping for a super swift recovery. ABC journalist Emma Alberici revealed she almost lost her fingers on her right hand after suffering a gruesome kitchen mishap involving a stick blender. The Lateline host shared the horrifying news on Twitter on Monday morning, advising her followers to exercise caution when cleaning sharp kitchen appliances after severing her fingers over the weekend. Yikes! Emma – so sorry. Emma Alberici is recovering after a nasty accident at home in which she very nearly lost her fingers. Advice: Don’t put fingers in stick blender blade to wash it while it’s still plugged in to the power. Alongside the post, Alberici shared a series of photographs which showed her hooked up to numerous machines as she lay in a hospital bed, and another of her showing off the bandages and sling on her injured hand.